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Dec 30, 2013 3:30pm PST
enough. joins, is hullry rosen, and kevin madden. governor, as our guest host, your first question. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >>> republicans are always talking about tax cuts and this will always be trickle down the truth is these have been tried for a long time, neither terribly successful. it occurs to me it may not be possible for a republican solution to work. >> well, look, again i think those are two very different way toss describe what i think is a more substantive world view, but i think one of the interesting points that was brought up in the introduction is this idea of blame. i think that's where this issue is going to break down politically this year, which is the idea that democrats are always looking to blame somebody in order to achieve some sort of better leverage in short-term economic -- i'm sorry, short-term political game. i think republicans have put together a better policy to help folks when we're more focused on the long-term benefits. >> i actually don't see this as a blame game. i think president obama wants to increase the minimum wage. i think d
Jan 3, 2014 12:35am PST
documentary about hockey called "big shot." kevin connolly is dropping by as well. [ cheers and applause ] and as i mentioned, chris cornell and the avett brothers doing pearl jam. [ cheers and applause ] [ boing sound ] i got to show this to everybody. i'm showing it to everybody today, as a proud father would. this is my little baby there. she's three months old. [ audience awes ] [ applause ] yeah. and she's cute. just having fun. she's too little for this exersaucer. but daddy spent an hour and a half putting it together. so, she's -- [ laughter ] --i made her sit in it for at least ten minutes. she's like, "whatever." keep showing it to everybody. i love her. yeah. hey guys, you ever go on the computer or your phone or maybe you're watching tv and you spot something unintentionally funny on your screen? like a bad misspelling or a weird ad or something like that? well, we asked you guys at home to keep an eye out for something like that, take a screen grab of it and e-mail it to us. we got a ton of them in, thank you for that now like to share some of our favorites tonight. it's tim
Al Jazeera America
Jan 1, 2014 6:00pm EST
in effect through thursday. kevin is here. kevin, this storm is moving in our direction here in new york, and it could be nasty for the next day or so. >> meteorologist: it's expected to be nasty. we have the northern storm and we have the southern storm. let's breck it down. the one you were just talking about in showing the video, this is the one with all the snow pushing towards new york right now. let's go a little bit closer and what we're going to be see something more snow arriving. we think here in new york it's going to begin in midnight. it will be light and it will go through tomorrow morning. it will accumulate heavier, stronger and the winds will pick up as well. then that secondary storm will reinforce it as well. we have warnings in affect right now. blizzard warnings, the blue is winter storm. but down here towards long island, we're talking about blizzard warnings. six inches of snow or more, winds over 35 mph as well as temperatures in the 20s or below. they're expecting the wind chill to be in the minus teens or the minus single digits. we'll be watching that. because
Jan 2, 2014 4:00pm EST
ahead this year. from "washington journal" this is 35 minutes. host: kevin bogardus of "the hill" newspaper joins us now to talk about his recent piece on the top lobbying victories of 20. -- 2013. before we get into the list of winners, you make the point that they year was lobbyist playing lobbyists playing more defense -- 2013 was a year in which lobbyists were playing more defense than offense. guest: you can compare it to 2010. we didn't have once in a generation legislation coming to effect in 2013. i think congress passed about 65 bills into law. not a lot of legislation to lobby on. you had a very active executive branch, the administration doing a lot of regulatory work. lobbyists are always trying to block what the administration was trying to do. that was a big part of 2013. host: keep what they have. guest: keep congress in check, the administration. it set up some pretty interesting situations. also, there was a lot of action to restore what they once had him a when you look at the sequester -- what they once had, when you look at the sequester. that deal to restore
FOX Business
Jan 2, 2014 9:00pm EST
it is the actor kevin sorbo who played "hercules" and pushes back against those in hollywood to say they know how to fix the world. do you have a problem with richard gere saying i speak for the entire world? >> he speaks for his own cause them that happens quite a bit. look at the actors that went crazy over bush with the war on iraq and the debut andy and then commercials but none of them speak out about benghazi that is a huge scandal in my book. john: they are dishonest and hypocritical. >> hypocritical rules the day in that town and we can all be guilty he and there but its amazing the people that want to push tir agenda just because they are a so-called super star. john: in hollywood they talk about power. >> but they don't have tolerance for anybody who disagrees also freedom of speech. they will push it until they die but you disagreedid not want to give it to you. lookup true independence i voted for reagan and clinton obviously the best person running period but just to say i'm an independent makes me lose work in the city. john: really? >> no question. it has come back to me trust me.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 3, 2014 7:00pm EST
. kevin kerr, trader for over 25 years, kevin, natural gas prices rose 26% last year. it was the top performing commodity, will prices continue to keep rising? >> it looks like that. we're going to see increases into the new year. obviously. with these deep developing temperatures, we're going see prices increase. >> that may be bad news for consumers, but is that good news for the economy since the united states is a net exporter of natural gas? >> as demand increases we see demand increase over supply. over all it's not good news for the consumer. >> is there something that the consumer should know about, is it clearly in the wintertime when the price also spike, or can they expect to see higher prices for natural gas because it will take a while for it to catch up. >> natural gas is used for electricity. we'll see those pricing increases over the summer, but the majority of it will be over the wintertime. >> we keep hearing about fracking in the united states. how come that has not brought prices down by bringing in supply for natural gas. >> we see the increase in demand, and tha
Al Jazeera America
Jan 3, 2014 9:00pm EST
samaritans out there helping the homeless will most likely be at it again. al jazeera meteorologist kevin corriveau, how much snow did this storm actually bring? >> kevin, it was a very impressive dorm we saw coming through. two feet of snow in massachusetts. 12 to 24 hours ago, you can see the storm really bundled up across the northeast. the storm is out of there across the atlantic. these were the storm totals. just north of boston, 23.8 inches. boston 17.8. english town parts of pennsylvania, 19.7. it was really western mass that got the brunt of the storm. a lot of people haven't pen working, took the day off, and then skids. >> how cold is it going to get in the overnight and coming days? >> it's going to be cold. last night the wind chill were down to minus 20s, minus 30s. washington is at 23, they're not as strong as they were last night but boston still seems like minus 10 and new york minus 6. tomorrow morning this may be the coldest air mass we see coming through but a lot of temperatures still above zero. , then sunday, look at the major warm july. boston, new york at 40, and
Al Jazeera America
Jan 3, 2014 11:00pm EST
this icy weather snap. >> kevin corriveau is here on this dangerous weather, kevin. >> we're looking at two particular events going on. first of all, the situation in the northeast, the blizzard in the northeast, up to two feet of snow in mches. it is still on the ground, you can see the live shots coming out of new york. the problem is tomorrow morning we are going to be quite cold. saturday can the high temperatures are only going to go to 25° in new york, 20 in boston, that means no melting is going on. but big change will occur here on sunday. 40 in boston, 41 in new york. you can imagine what that means. two feet of snow is beginning to melt. the problem with that is as we go to monday temperatures flows dive again. any standing water is going to become ice. so it's going to be a very dangerous situation as we go from monday to tuesday as well. new york looks like this: 27° on saturday. look at the temperatures as we go from monday to tuesday. that is that big drop i was telling you about. that is when any standing water any snow is going to be refreezing. now, up here towards the n
Al Jazeera America
Dec 31, 2013 5:30pm EST
with us. kevin taxin was success' president at the time of the fire. he also refused to speak to us on camera. he now heads up another supplier called americo group. one of its walmart. >> if walmart were really so upset about what success apparel did, one assumes they would not be keen to continue to do business with a leading executive from success apparel. >> on the phone, kevin told us that neither success nor its agent in bangladesh, true colors, knew about the subcontract to tazreen. but we managed to track down true colors' last remaining employee in dhaka. >> if there's any subcontracting, would you be aware of that? >> yeah. >> and then what do you do with that information? do you pass it up? >> yeah. we pass it up to our importer. >> so can you read this email for me and tell me who it's from? >> ok, it's saying hi kanta, i heard the shocking news about the fire last evening. it's nov 26. >> and what's the subject line of the email? >> fire at subcon. >> subcon is industry-speak for subcontractor. that email was sent by a manager at true colors shortly after t
Jan 3, 2014 6:00pm EST
. >> thanks. montgomery county reporter kevin lewis continues our live team coverage. he is in there would, maryland. marine, --d and crews havemaureen, been working for seven hours. in cbs had to cancel classes, granting 150,000 kids their third snow day of the new year. a bitter cold day. >> i am shoveling this beautiful snow. i love it. they spent the afternoon fixing the driveway. it is normally the day for garbage pickup. but due to this serious morning wreck -- a technician slammed into the back of a 60,000 poun s salt truck. miraculously, no one was hurt. here in montgomery county -- >> everything is re-freezing. over to keepback everybody safe. crews went over all 200 13 plow routes. a coffee break allows the drivers to refuel. availablers are also as most of these men are on the clock for two days straight area -- two days straight. looking ahead, these snow plow trucks will be on the roads until 8:00 tonight. they will have to use tomorrow to rest up. it why? or is more snow -- there is more snow forecast for sunday. i'm kevin lewis, abc 7 news. >> in arlington, crews battled the
FOX Business
Jan 3, 2014 12:00am EST
it is the actor kevin sorbo who played "hercules" and pushes back againsthose in hollywood to say they know how to fix the world. do you have a problem with richard gere saying i speak for the entire world? >> he speaks for his own cause them that happens quite a bit. look at the actors that went crazy over bush with the war on iraq and the debut andy and then commercials but none of them spe out about bengha that is a huge scandal in my book. john: they are dishonest and hypocritical. >> hypocritical rules the day in that town and we can l be guilty here and there buit is amazing the people thatant to push their agenda just because they are a so-called super star. john: in hollywood they talk about power. >> but they don't have tolerance for anybody who disagrees also freedom of speech. they will push it until they die but if you disagree did not want to give it to you. lookuprue independence i votefor reagan and clinton obviously the best person running period but just to sa i'm an independent makes me lose work in the city. john: really? >> no question. it has come back to me trust me. i hav
Jan 2, 2014 5:30pm PST
in some places for the better part of two days. we get that part of this story from nbc's kevin tibbles north of chicago in highland park. kevin, good evening. >> reporter: absolutely, brian. there are parts of the midwest where the snow has been going for two days nonstop without a break. in illinois alone, there are 1300 plows and salt trucks on the roads. it's causing chaos and forecasters are saying there is more to come. up in suburban libertyville they are digging out from more than 16 inches of snow. a challenge for deliverymen. an opportunity for folks looking for work. for many, just a lot of shoveling. >> a little bit overwhelming. it's. coming in waves. little by little, you have to keep it clean. >> reporter: crews have been out clearing the highways but the roads remain treacherous. this truck fire further complicated the morning rush. a travel nightmare at o'hare airport with hundreds of flight delayed or cancelled. in indianapolis, some are finding alternate means of transportation as city crews had a tough time there too. >> we had almost four inches in four hours. that'
Jan 5, 2014 5:30pm PST
the fuselage. comedian kevin nealon was there tweeting. horrible plane crash here at aspen airport. exploded into flames as it was landing. i think it was a private jet. singer leann rimes was also at the scene. so sad. horrible plane crash we just saw happen at the aspen airport. the 1994 canada air jet originated its flight in mexico but stopped first in tucson before heading to aspen. its flight path showed the pilot circled the airport at least once, calling into traffic control. >> missed approach. november 1-1-5 whiskey fox. 33 knots tail wind. >> reporter: it was snowing. wind gusts topping 30 miles an hour. >> okay to return back and do another approach. we've had a tail wind of 30 knots. >> reporter: the plane circled back but something went wrong. >> it was coming in from the side, fully engulfed. i was just like, wow. you couldn't even tell it was a plane. >> reporter: early reports indicate there was no mayday call. >> proceed to the downed aircraft. >> getting aligned with the runway which you can normally do from quite a distance out is not nearly as easily done in aspen. >> re
Al Jazeera America
Jan 2, 2014 8:00pm EST
of snow overnight, and tomorrow, temperatures can plunge to record lows. kevin is here now with the latest. >> john, absolutely, this is a storm we with have been watching in the making for a couple of days now. 18 hours ago, this is what it looked like. the storm was starting to make its way from the west, and 18 hours ago, this is what people were doing to get ready for the storm. getting ready there, you can see the snow in boston. and a lot of people around new england were out buying salt, and they were out buying sand, and they were out stocking up their groceries. d.o.t. was filling up their trucks for the eventual snow we are going to see coming into play here. now come back to the weather wall, what we are looking at. notice most of kentucky, is all seeing snow right now. new york city, is the visibility has come down considerably, and in some placesly show you the storm totals we are already up to 16 inches in eastern massachusets. now, one of the big problems is going to be that police saturday warning that is in effect. it's in the just long island. a lot of snow winds over 35
Al Jazeera America
Jan 2, 2014 11:00pm EST
's deployed the national guard and put police on the streets. >> kevin corriveau has been tracking the storm and joins us with more. >> we are looking at windy conditions and the snow across much of new york. before this began, this is 18 hours ago many people were on the streets getting ready for the storm. let's look at video that came in across the region. do we have the video? we don't - there we go. people were stocking up. the reason, not just on salt and sand, but on goods for the home because there are power outages that are expected along the coastal regions, such as massachusetts, connecticut, long island and maine. they are loading the trucks with salt. there's three things they can use, salt, sodium chloride and sand, depending on the temperature of the air. salt is for the temperatures that are warmer. sodium chloride for cooler and sand. let's look at what is happening. let's put it into motion. it is getting worse as we made our way towards 11:00 pm. heavy know, especially to parts of new jersey, which was a surprise. we are getting gusty winds and strong snow up here toward
FOX News
Jan 4, 2014 7:00pm PST
, actor kevin sorbo, played hercules and roles, the unusual actor that pushes back against those in hollywood who say we actors know how to fix the world. you have a problem with gear saying, "i speak for the entire world." i don't think he speaks for 7 billion people. he speaks for his own cause. that happens when people talk. you know you look at actors that come out, went crazy over, bush, with war in iraq and the wmds suppose lead, supposed to be there, not there, the uproar was huge. commercials and everything. you don't see any of them speaking out against benghazi. benghazi, a huge scandal in my book. >> they're dishonest? >> hypocritical. i think it rules in that town. we all can be guilty of being hypocrites here and there. it is amazing to me the number of people that want to push their agenda because they're so-called superstars. >> in hollywood they're always talking about tolerance? >> uh-huh. they don't have tolerance for any one that doesn't agree with them. that's freedom of speech. they will push freedom of speech, and scream for it until you diet. if you disagre
Jan 2, 2014 7:00am EST
discussess edelson his new book. bd at 9:15 a.m., kevin good morning. talkday's show, we will about the top lobbying victories of 2013. look at the prospects for major immigration reform and discuss a new book about emerging presidential powers. first, the outset of the new year is a time when americans evaluate financial goals. we want to hear about your expectations for retirement. specifically, do you think you will be able to retire on time? how have your expectations changed in the past several years? we set up our phone lines differently today. if you are under 30 and want to talk about your retirement planning,, number on your screen. or 51 and31-50, over, there are numbers for you as well. on can also catch up with us all of your favorite social media pages. use twitter, facebook, or e-mail us. very good thursday morning to you. we want to begin with the story that was in several papers this week. the headline is the world braces for retirement crisis. is bearing down on workers of all ages. it was spawned years before the great recession. the crisis was significa
Jan 2, 2014 6:30pm PST
independent ratings daily on over 4300 stocks. learn more at the kevin: today on "ask this old house"... and the weakest link we have in the whole plumbing system, in the whole house, are these two rubber hoses. if a washer machine hose bursts, it can flood your house in no time flat. well, i've got a simple solution to make sure it never, ever happens. and i'm going to take these stock bookcases and turn them into a wall of custom shelves. thank you so much, tommy. these look amazing. kevin: that's next on "ask this old house."
Al Jazeera America
Jan 3, 2014 8:00pm EST
. >> here is kevin corriveau. >> we are seeing the midwest really dropping down, with the second blast we've seen in less than two weeks. across the northeast, we're also dealing with our own cold weather. now that the snow has passed we are seeing a considerable amount of snow, up to two feet in parts of massachusetts. the temperatures are coming down. last night at this time we were dealing with the temperatures being quite cold as well as some gusty winds. right now boston's at 7, new york at 13°. and with the wind chill this is what we are looking at. we are looking at new york feeling more like minus 2° and boston minus 12°. temperatures are going to start to come back up actually believe it or not. highs on saturday look like this. new york at 25, boston at 28. by the time we get othursday new york will be back to 41. boston at 40. you know what that means. a lot of melting snow is going to be going on across this region. and for the rest of the area, minneapolis is at 20 and that is going to be warm for you. we are going to see our temperatures diving. i'll bring you more detail
Jan 3, 2014 2:00am PST
with this incredible buzzer beater. he drains it as the clock hits zero. kevin durant is not playing nice. not even against his own niece. really? check out this mean block. he writes whooping up on my shorty. making progress, john kerry's push for peace in the middle east. you're batching "first look" on msnbc. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. we are the thinkers. the job jugglers. the up all-nighters. and the ones who turn ideas into action. we've made our passions our life's work. we strive for the moments where we can say, "i did it!" ♪ we are entrepreneurs who started it all... with a signature. legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses, turning dreamers into business owners. and we're here to help start yours. turning dreamers into business owners. peoi go to angie's listt f
Jan 3, 2014 1:00am PST
, chelse, and louis, of mantano. i got it right, i think. kevin vargus and mahea, trillan and soloman and kelley, sacarios and yes, farr. i think that we already heard from her, actually. >> and so four minutes starting now. go. >> suspension for the campaign and we go to the school to get educated and the teachers are there to get us on track and principals are supposed to support the teachers instead they are suspending us for not bringing a pencil or laughing too loud in class, they shove us away and taking away the education they are supposed to giving us, don't suspend me educate me. >> for me, the solution is not suspensions but it is important because i want to see my peers graduate and i want to see them on the news for doing something amazing in their life and not because they got shot because they were out with the wrong crowd when she should have been in school. thank you. >> i am reading this on behalf of the youth members, solution and not suspension is important to everyone and as a student it is important to me because it will stop the every day discrimination of studen
Jan 6, 2014 4:00pm PST
in north korea. he brought some friends with him. and a major change at "saturday night live." hey kevin...still eating chalk for heartburn? yeah... try new alka seltzer fruit chews. they work fast on heartburn and taste awesome. these are good. told ya! i'm feeling better already. [ male announcer ] new alka seltzer fruits chews. enjoy the relief! >>> it is one of the most dangerous jobs on the planet. but for those trying to save the elephant population in central africa, it's one of the most crucial. in an exclusive cnn report we follow a group of ecoguards in the republican of congo. some of the images you are about to see are graphic. >> it's been eight grueling hot hours on this river, chasing poachers in the republic of congo's largest national park. for thee ecoguards disappointment follows disappointment. >> when you put your hand inside it is still quite warm which means they probably left early in the morning. finally around a bend, signs of activity. smoke rising along the bank. they rush ashore and fan out into the jungle. within seconds, a gunshot. and the pursuit begins. t
Al Jazeera America
Jan 2, 2014 9:00pm EST
the northeast right now, to track the storm, kevin? >> the storm is in full throttle. down here towards parts of virginia been we are getting some of the heaviest storms right now. now some of the snow totals with ehave seen in the last couple of hours has been very impressive, we have also seen about 11.5 in vermont. now, these are only going to get worse. i think that total will go well into the 20's. as you can see, it is eastern massachusets that will get the brunt of the snow, but there's a lot of people that will be seen quite a bit by morning time, and it isn't over yet, tomorrow morning we do expect the snow to linger. you will start to improve any time after about 12:00. >> all right, thank you very much. i will see you back here at 11:00 eastern, 8:00 pacific time, america tonight is up next, and you can always get the latest news on metropolitan murder rates at new lows even in chicago, but what's the viral dangerous scene that is playing out on line? >> now somebody goes and sees this and they are looking for him. >> also tonight, a medical mystery so many of the ba
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 11:00pm EST
to death. >> scary temperatures. straight to kevin. the cold weather is expected to last for several days. >> you mentioned it will get to minus 60 tomorrow for a windchill. we expect to see on monday morning, in parts of north dakota, a windchill of minus 70. we'll keep track of that. either way it's dangerous. now, the culprit is - you can see the cold front. anything to the north of the air masses. that's why the temperatures are cold for the last several weeks. let's go closer. you can see the front here. back to the north, there's no snow. normally when we see temperatures, we wouldn't see snow. it's too cold to snow in those locations. towards the south it is raining. take a look at the map. you can see - we have lost the map, the graphics. here we go. you can see - i was going to show you the windchills. most areas were dealing with wind chills. when they issue windchills it is because they are dealing with life-threatening conditions across the area. so right now fargo, north dakota minus 11. it is this area here we are most concerned about. i want to show you hour by hour what we
Jan 4, 2014 4:00am PST
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Dec 31, 2013 1:00pm EST
. >> all right. doc, thanks for that update. jon najarian from chicago. kevin is vice president of equity research at jpmorgan where he covers hertz. kevin just raised hertz's 2014 year-end price target as doc mentioned to 35 bucks from 26. the rating remains an overweight rating. great to have you with us. >> thanks for having me on. >> you're positive prior to the activist investors being involved so at this point do you think that all the various catalysts you saw for hertz, namely the spinoff or sale of the equipment rental business, could that be sped up in any way because of the role of the activists? >> you know, it feels like right now that with the activists or potential activists at play, that in combination with board directors, including the chairman and ceo coming up in january of next year, it feels like there could be a little fire under hertz's feet to move more quickly with what they're doing with the equipment rental business. it feels like investors are getting frustrated and are certainly focused on what the company will do with equipment rental. but generally speaking
Jan 3, 2014 6:00am EST
center, his company organizes tax breaks for the film and tv industry. kevin, "the new york times" ran the numbers, calculate espn has over the course of 12 years received $260 million in tax breaks and credits. the $260 million is a program you are familiar with. why does espn get this money? >> i think in connecticut that has been a recognition that there are certain industries that we are very strong with, particularly in the last three or four years. legislature has seen television sports as an area where we can be dominant. espn has been a great employer in connecticut over many years, and they pay a tremendous amount of taxes. the employees pay a lot of taxes. there our property taxes, and to stimulate the economy in connecticut.. kevin, with your experience in doing this, nbc sports in stamford as well, i think of the x-files in vancouver, toronto over the years, all of these ideas of doing movies somewhere. can you say it is cash positive ?or a state for jobs >> with any incentive program, you have to look at the individual municipality and say does this industry make sense for
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 6:00pm EST
to kevin karvo. this is rare to see these kinds of temperatures? >> it is absolutely rare. we haven't seen this in a long time. it's because we have seen one polar outbreak after another. it has been getting colder and colder with each and every one. what we are looking at right now is the northern planes. this line that you see right here is actually a cold front. so behind the cold front, high temperatures are much lower. right now, current temperatures look like this. fargo, this is the ambient temperatures, like you would get from your temperature, minus three degrees. minneapolis is minus three degrees. the windchill warnings in the area. what does that mean? first of all, windchill affects anything that is warm-blooded. it pulls away the natural layer of heat away from your body. the stronger the winds are, the more it is going to pull it away. so the -- it's going to actually make you lose that heat faster and that's why the stronger the winds are, we get those very low wind chills. let's put this in motion. feels more like 45, minus 45 in fargo, north dakota. we will ant mate in th
Jan 6, 2014 4:30am PST
next week the full reveal. kevin used on the fiction. the vice chairman and the next town to get his identity as caution to the bottom of the state to oppose the election. he made the card to a video message sent from london. see our opposition to anti smog that has led me to send the boy oh boy what did the elections aids activists of the tomatoes to heal the sick and thinking about some of the most used on in the security forces conducting leads him to continue your socks off the gunpowder was found in possession of fifty two in the article which i do not see him will not want her eating a sucker for signup the moment as close to four hundred senior assistant secretaries as executive assistant to previous concert in cities across the country in the punjab one evening and activities you can buy that sense. i was in the journal as i sit in the market has long opposed the draft rights to do. the bcc about ten percent. when he was accosted at all touch the human body can produce. judging by the rigid doctrine of the components. the dem side i told him we are going into so it was about
Jan 1, 2014 11:00pm PST
. kevin anderson es interceptado. michigan no se quedÓ atrÁs y pendelton, empatada a 17. conor para el touchdown. ganÓ michigan 24 a 20. jornada 20 de la liga inclesa. manchester united recibÓ al tottenh tottenham. al 34 adboar, 1 por 0, y luego el dades eriksen. 2 por 0. y un minuto despuÉs, webbec. ganÓ el totenhaz. es la informacciÓn deportiva. >>> gracias, humberto. ya volvemos con mas. ♪ >>> una gemelas cadaniendies nacieron en dias y a diferente. la primera naciÓ en el 2013 y sofÍa naciÓ en el 2014. nos despedimos por hoy, nosotros propÓsito es mantenerlo bien informado todos los dÍas. nos vamos maÑana. ♪ esta noche de miÉrcoles 1 de enero. narcos repartan regalos de navidad en mÉxico. cada vez mÁs entidades dan licencia de conducir a indocumentados, colorado hace historia: los establecimiento para la venta de marihuana con fines recreativos se vieron abarrotados de clientes. comenzamos. ♪
Jan 1, 2014 6:00pm PST
in new york have serious reservations about it. kevin smith is the deputy commissioner for adult career and continuing education for new york state. he agrees the exam needed to adapt to a changing world. but he says the new version threatened to leave too many people behind. >> for the test taker who has little access to basic computing skills or little knowledge of basic computing skills, it's one more point, one more barrier to their ability to demonstrate their skills. there are too many barriers already. and we need to breaks to barriers down one at a time. >> reporter: and even if new york state wanted to use the new g.e.d. exam he says practical considerations would make it impossible. >> equally important, our infrastructure to provide that test exam by computer is negligible. >> reporter: smith also says the cost of administering the new exam is prohibitive since it would rise from $60 to $120 per test taker in new york. costs vary and some states subsidize a portion of the exam. but by law new york would have to pay for all of it. at least 8 states have opted not to use the ne
Jan 1, 2014 11:00pm PST
took on michigan state in the 100th rose bowl in pasadena, california. kevin anderson picked off conner cook. with the return, touchdown stanford. the 4th quarter not looking good. 25-yard pass to tony lippit. despite that there is still hope. a a minute 46 left, they dodge the gatorade bath. first win for michigan state since 1988. >>> rg3 cheering on baylor with central florida. look at this run. right in the end zone. flipping right in there. mom can't believe it until she is told he is okay. this game was all ucf. he runs it in all over the place saying where is the defense. no defense out there. rumors out there that blake could be a raiders draft pick. time will tell. on to the capital bowl. south carolina. head coach, down 17-13. 23 yards, hits the pie pilon. he was doused in gatorade. south carolina take this is one 34-24. returning pro leads to xfinity play of the day. johnny manziel is available. who should they take? you can send your answer to e- mail, twitter, or facebook. we will read your comments f . if you like us on facebook you can have a chance to win a stereo syste
Jan 5, 2014 12:00pm PST
. >> and thbreaking story coming t of aspen, colorado. reports of a plane crashing. actor and comedian kevin neeler tweeted this. i think it was a private jet. we don't know whose jet this might be. single leeann rimes. so sad horrible plane crash we just saw happen at the aspen airport. very popular resort community for skiing and residence for many ostrich and faf the rich a. two critically injured after three-alarm fire started on the 20th floor of a midtown building. fire department spokes man says it is not clear if they are trapped. and it is legal in 20 states so why is new york now joining in on the pot parade. the push to allow medical marijuana coming up. will it be different in 2014? ♪ [ male announcer ] this is the story of the little room over the pizza place at 315 chestnut street. the modest first floor bedroom in tallinn, estonia and the dusty basement at 1406 35th street. it is the story of the old dining room table at 25th and hoffman avenue. the southbound bus barreling down i-95. ...and the second floor above the strip mall at roble and el camino. ♪ this magic moment it is t
Al Jazeera America
Jan 2, 2014 6:00pm EST
to be dangerous. 24 comments until 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. >> okay, kevin, thank you. with the northeast bracing for this blizzard, the medal of new york city's newest mayor is already being tested. it is his second day on is job, and moments ago he assured the residents the city is prepared, with a focus on the homeless. >> working with the department of homeless services we have doubled outreach efforts to reach unsheltered new yorkers to make sure that they are offered every opportunity for shelter. shelter capacity is available it will be expedited for anyone in need. if anyone is in danger, anyone will intervenes. >> checked in on a few of the shelters to see how they are preparing for the storm. >> on a normal night, thousands of people sleep on the streets of new york. >> i just can't sit back and wait for the city to do anything for me, i already know the situation i am in. >> as new york bases for temperatures high winds and heavy snow, the city anden no profit organizations are scrambled to provide shelter for the homeless. according the the coalition for the homeless, 60,000 people ha
Jan 4, 2014 1:00am EST
. [applause] >> my name is kevin in the air in washington. we have been in business nine years starting 2004. we use the heidelberg wind mill that is found in most commercial print shops using a foreword by cutting cutting, scoring, but we use it for printing. not that many people in modern times use them for printing because they are slower, a lot of print shops use the of 44 along press that kiam send out tens of thousands of prints per hour for this is for meticulous hand work for artistic printing but it is the heart of our business. think of this when you buy something made with so much attention, it has a more presence if you send a card that is not mass-produced been handled by the individual i hope it has more meaning if it is made with love. >> host: welcome to after words came from the sunday "times of london" with me today is charles mohr the journalist and author from britain's sunday times and charles is also the man responsible for sending me to washington and belfast in jerusalem. he has written the authorized biography of margaret thatcher the first two volumes going from her
Jan 5, 2014 6:30pm EST
is anna galland from detroit. she is with later on, we will move on to conservatives. kevin is joining us from new york. democrats line, good morning. caller: thank you for your time. my issue is climate change. it is an area that is really -- i am not happy with obama. i want to make three points. as shouldn't take more than a minute. i'm not going to repeat myself. climate change currently is being affected by warming in the arctic. warming in the arctic is being caused by several feedback loops, including albedo and methane release. this is having a profound effect on the jetstream. the jetstream is a moderating force that brings cold air down to the southern latitudes and brings warm air up to the northern latitudes. the dynamics between the north and the south is being diluted by the warming in the arctic. that is point number one. point number two. nature magazine reported in the past couple of weeks that the prediction for the end of the century is for for degrees -- a 4 degrees celsius increase. that represents a 7.6 degree fahrenheit increase. the terminology that t
FOX Business
Dec 29, 2013 11:00pm EST
of cards" the ruthless character played by oscar winner kevin spacey who mapulates his way to the presidency through lies and ultimately murder. >> i wish things were ruthlessly -- true. like kevin spacey. >> our first guest tonight, vod in favor of the budget compromise in the house. he also stresses the deal eases the burden caused by the sequester, joining us now scott, member of the budget committee, congressman, good to have you with us, you and many of your colleagues in the house, particularly those who style yourself as conservatives wrestle mightily on this, what was the point to cast your vote to support it. >> thank you, lou. a critical topic for our country. the alternatives before us were this, if i voted no, we would have had continuing resolutions where we fund things that didn't need to be funding. i have been among i think the strongest advocates for returning to regular order, where we have a top-line budget and we have agreed to that in this agreement and work through all of the appropriatio bill. >> if the senate approves, almost a certaintt they will ap
Jan 3, 2014 5:00pm PST
the country things to do this. kevin and mike the frosting it well it seems the brunt of the light what is the fifth. it also doing to the door. clever little i did it cost it was all but one uk health club helping the environment on getting him to study to find out more on food fun and festivity also had we let go of the russian defeat to the assault she has to offer to those smoking ban. in fact the eye. a. it was going to the forty one for good pictures from the corner close to home city is still cheap compared to accommodate thousands of sports fans the beginning that will be coming for the game to coles was also plenty of other stuff does well in the city isn't it. q what are taking day thousands of kilometers from all causes of the day and not human psyche of the twenty fourteen winter games said when not watching this team hockey all state team. what else is a td. let the press of a wintry games and such she is a tropical coastline on the black sea beaches and parks along fine monuments and museums i like taking a bit of history and experience the lifestyle the bees front line to
Jan 1, 2014 4:00am PST
over the place. >>> let's go to oklahoma. kevin durant ties his shoes before every game. fourth quarter, lamarcus aldridge, the blazers come back from being down 16 points and then nicolas batun, nothing in the first half, 15 in the second half, including that three. kevin durant tries to get it off. no. he makes the first one, misses the second one. durant, makes just one point in the fourth quarter and that's not the one there. blazers, 98-94. >>> many of the folks watching just walked in from a party. happy new year. >> happy new year, guys. >>> coming up next -- it's the pulse. an act of bravery or insanity? we still can't decide. >>> plus, a reporter who can really bounce back after a fall. stay with us. (boy) grandpa, look what i got! (woman) oh dad, wait 'till you see the bike we got for jake. (narrator) hearing loss happens gradually with age... making it easy to ignore. yet most older americans aren't getting their hearing tested. untreated hearing loss can keep your loved ones from enjoying what they cherish most. (woman) dad, can you hear me? (narrator) don't let that happen.
Jan 3, 2014 12:30am PST
want to deeply thank you both for making this a reality and i want to thank olsen, teresa kevin and jeff for the leadership at the mayor's office. you guys have really made this a priority during some really difficult times on your end, you know redevelopment being cut, hope sf is in full swing and just the general challenges of public housing. and when the school district has been talking to you about this, you have never said, you know whatnot right now. i can't, i am busy, we have a lot of things on the burner. and you know, this just is not part of what needs to happen right now. and i just truly appreciate that. during such difficult times on your end also. and i also want to deeply thank maralee and the former superintendent and current superintendent carranza for their dedication to working together on so many fronts and for taking this chance on making this happen. and sandy, i don't know if you recall, us sitting in mayor lee's office with the superintendent and david and others and the door kind of being swung open to work together. and to take advantage of what the ci
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